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This is incredibly important. It’s often how financial abuse begins. There should not be two ‘standards of living’ within one marriage or partnership, particularly where
Layla’s story is very familiar to us. We support women and kids in this situation every day. Complex immigration status makes solving housing and income
Content note for depictions of physical violence. As this Adelaide lawyer says, and as Rosie Batty has said before, domestic violence can happen to anyone.
In a nutshell, this explains why a lack of housing affordability affects women’s decision to leave violent relationships, and why there is a huge demand
Older women are vulnerable to domestic and family violence, and are less likely to have savings and superannuation entering retirement. Combined with a lack of
Reported numbers of homeless people just the tip of the iceberg
A study being launched today by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety confirms the serious impacts of intimate partner violence. The analysis, undertaken by
Wonderful Initiative! “The NSW Government will launch fee-free vocational training scholarships for survivors of domestic violence in July” Read more here: NSW Government to help
Economic abuse is an unseen aspect of domestic abuse but just as damaging
Motels are not an appropriate solution for women leaving domestic violence. We would love to work with the local community to establish a new crisis